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Daily Dirt 05/17/2024 18:45:09

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May 28
Eriez Speedway,
Hammett, PA
Sanction: Unsanctioned Supers (Andy Kania Memorial) - $7,676
Information provided by: Track reports (last updated May 29, 8:56 pm)
Blair repeats in Kania Memorial at Eriez
Andy Kania Memorial
  1. Max Blair
  2. Chub Frank
  3. Steve Kania
  4. Jason Genco
  5. David Scott
  6. Mike Knight
  7. Greg Oakes
  8. Dutch Davies
  9. Darrell Bossard
  10. Andy Boozel
  11. Bump Hedman
  12. Kyle Bedell
  13. Breyton Santee
  14. Nicholas Eck
  15. Doug Eck
  16. Khole Wanzer
  17. Paul Schreckengost
  18. Scott Dellahoy
  19. Dave Hess Jr.
  20. Ryan Scott
  21. Boom Briggs
  22. Michael Smith
  23. Bob Dorman
  24. Paul Kot
presented by
Steve Schnars
Max Blair zips around the Eriez Speedway oval during prelims.
What won the race: Taking the lead on lap 17, fourth-starting Max Blair of Centerville, Pa., paced the remaining circuits to capture Sunday's 50-lap Andy Kania Memorial at Eriez Speedway. Blair earned $7,676 for his first Super Late Model win of the season and successfully defended his Kania Memorial victory after topping last year's inaugural event.
Key notes: Following a weekend tripleheader at Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Mo., Blair made a 900-mile overnight trek to compete at Eriez Speedway, historically one of his best tracks. ... Chub Frank moved into the runner-up position on a lap-22 restart and trailed Blair the rest of the way, finishing 4.672 seconds back. ... Competing in the event that honors his late father, Steve Kania advanced four positions and finished third. ... Jason Genco led the first 16 laps from the pole before being overtaken by Blair and fading to fourth in the finishing order. ... David Scott advanced four spots to place fifth. ... Dave Hess Jr. ran as high as fourth before fading to eighth and pulling off on lap 23. ... Sunday's feature was slowed by one incident on lap 21 and lasted 17 minutes, with 12 competitors completing all 50 laps. ... Sunday’s event honored Andy Kania, a longtime racer and regular at Eriez Speedway who retired to become crew chief for his son, Steve; Andy passed away on Oct. 21, 2021, after a brief illness.
On the move: Chub Frank of Bear Lake, Pa., started eighth and finished second.
Winner's sponsors: Blair’s Briggs Transport Rocket Chassis is powered by a Clements Racing Engine and sponsored by Excess Storage, Murphy’s Logging, C and J Dairy, Penske Racing Shocks, Valvoline, Creekside Auto Sales, Briggs Transport, Meridien Hardwoods, Previty’s Auto Wrecking, Inc., Corner Stone Builders LLC, Viper Risk Management, C.J.’s Auto Transport, VP Race Fuels, Colonial Metal Products, Inc., Chub Frank Racing, Three Rivers Karting & Axe Throwing, Tucker Drums and ASEL Enterprises.
Points chase: Darrell Bossard (105 points) leads Eriez Speedway track points over Mike Knight (100) and Steve Kania (97).
Current weather: Clear, 64°F
Car count: 24
Fast qualifier: Max Blair
Time: 15.461 seconds
Polesitter: Jason Genco
Heat race winners: Max Blair, Jason Genco, Doug Eck
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Genco, D. Eck
Row 2: Hess Jr., Blair
Row 3: Knight, Davies
Row 4: S. Kania, Frank
Row 5: D. Scott, Bedell
Row 6: Boozel, Oakes
Row 7: Briggs, Bossard
Row 8: Santee, R. Scott
Row 9: Hedman, Smith
Row 10: Wanzer, Schreckengost
Row 11: Dorman, N. Eck
Row 12: Dellahoy Jr., Kot
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